30 Minutes or Less

When you have a lot to do, the last thing you want to do is spend a bunch of time in the kitchen! Thankfully, we have put all of our really easy and quick meals in one place for you. They take 30-minutes or less, so put a smile on your face and let us help you get some awesome deer meat on the table fast.

Deliciously Italian flavored ground venison, slices of mushrooms, green peppers, and purple onions mixed with sauce and topped with lots of cheese and placed inside a steak roll.

Venison Foil Packets, a fast-cooking favorite with ground venison, potatoes, squash, peppers, onions, carrots, and cheddar cheese cooked to perfection in less than 30 minutes!

Venison Steaks with Mushroom and Onion Gravy pretty much describes itself–a fried venison steak covered in an awesome homemade mushroom and onion gravy.

Chili Mac and Cheese is a spicy one-pot dish of ground venison with onions and garlic, black beans, kidney beans, tomatoes, elbow macaroni and some spices then topped with cheddar cheese.

Heavenly Tenderloin Bites are marinaded bite-sized venison tenderloin fried in a cast iron pan and then placed on top of a heaping pile of fried potatoes with onions and bell peppers.

The Ding Dang It Burger is a deliciously moist and favorable deer burger infused with a smokey bacon cheddar cheese and topped with a sweet Southern cole slaw on a sweet Hawaiian bun.

Ground venison burger mixed with fresh pork sausage, two different kinds of cheeses, and hash browns and then baked until golden perfection.

Crispy fries with a delicious homemade deer chili and melted cheese drizzled over the top. Yum, yum!

Crumbled venison sausage mixed with salsa and cheese and scooped up with a Tostitos Tortilla Chip. This is heavenly deliciousness!

Juicy venison smothered in a creamy mushroom and onion gravy and poured over egg noodles. It tastes like it took hours to make, but it’s on the table in 30 minutes!

Fried ground venison with chunks of onion and celery, mixed with cream of celery soup, topped with cheddar cheese, and toasted on a buttery Ciabatta roll.

A simple venison backstrap seasoned with salt and pepper, wrapped in bacon and baked or grilled until crispy perfection.

Loaded with all of your favorite breakfast foods – venison sausage, eggs, hash browns fried with onions and topped with cheddar cheese.

Who wants to go out to eat when you can make Venison Quesadillas at home in under 30 minutes? Not me! Who can resist sliced backstrap seasoned and toasted with ooey gooey cheese? Again, not me!

Tender chunks of venison tenderloin with golden potatoes, slices of onion, and loads of spices. It’s so delicious you won’t even realize it’s diet-friendly.

Sweet and Sour Venison Meatballs are sweet meatballs baked in the oven and drizzled with a delicious homemade sour sauce.

These burritos are filled with seasoned ground venison, onions, refried beans with melted cheese, and topped with Mexican tomato sauce and a sprinkle of cheddar cheese.

Delicious taco meat on a bed of crunchy tortilla chips, drizzled with a spicy homemade cheese sauce, and topped with fresh tomatoes and lettuce.

Italian Meatball Sliders are succulent venison Italian meatballs on sweet white rolls drenched with homemade red sauce and topped with velvety mozzarella cheese.

Venison marinated and tenderly fried and then mixed with stir-fried bell peppers, onions, portobello mushrooms and covered with cheese. Yum!

If you’ve never had Venison Parmesan, now is the time. I mean, how can you resist tenderly fried venison steaks covered with mozzarella cheese on a bed of pasta with homemade red sauce?

Tenderly cooked ground venison, with onions, Lit’l Smoked Sausages, pork and beans, honey BBQ sauce, ketchup and of course brown sugar.

Spicy venison backstrap, fried onions, and pepper jack cheese grilled on some buttery Texas Toast. Your mouth won’t know what hit it! 

The Flamin’ Mamie Burger is a flamin’ hot burger with a special homemade sauce that’s out-of-this-world delicious. If you’re in love with hot and spicy food, this burger will be soul-satisfying.

A lip-smacking staple in America and an all-time favorite of kids everywhere–Venison Sloppy Joes with homemade sloppy joe sauce. It’s sloppy, so grab a bib. 

Venison Cornbread Casserole is a savory casserole with ground venison, black beans, sweet corn and everything but the kitchen sink, topped with a layer of cornbread and then for the grand finale, cheddar cheese.

Venison Cheddar Biscuits are soft flaky buttery golden brown buttermilk biscuits infused with venison sausage and cheddar cheese. Was that too many descriptive words? Maybe, but they perfectly describe how delicious these biscuits are.

A delicious creamy venison sauce with rotini pasta and loads of cheese. This recipe is worth a million dollars, but since I love my readers so much, I’ll share it gladly–free of charge!

A delicious Italian loaf, soaked with homemade garlic butter, loaded with venison sausage, Italian seasoned sauteed bell peppers and onions and then a bubbly layer of cheese. Who wants some?

Tender bite-sized slices of venison cooked with egg noodles and covered in a tangy creamy sauce. If you like pasta and spicy foods, this is a must try! It’s so filling and has only 313 calories per serving, which is 1.5 cups. Did someone say diet-friendly? 

A true pleasure to Southerners–soft flaky buttery biscuits topped with peppery venison sausage gravy. It’s the comfort food of all comfort foods. A meal that’s good for breakfast, lunch, dinner or whenever the mood strikes.

Dreamy Venison Steak is a melt-in-your-mouth venison steak pan-fried in butter and topped with a thick creamy mushroom and onion sauce. If you don’t fall in love with this all I can say is bless your heart.

Venison Taco Stew is a delicious stew made up of ground venison or stew meat from a backstrap and cooked with whole kernel yellow corn, kidney beans, tomato juice, and taco spices. It’s extremely easy to make and is quick comfort food.

Fried venison tenderloin, sautéed Portobello mushrooms, sliced garlic, fresh spinach leaves, Parmesan cheese, and Asiago cheese all on a toasted wheat bun with a buttered crust–and it’s only 367 calories! Can it get any better than that?

Pilaf is spelled and pronounced so many different ways, with pi-lahf or pee-lahf being the most common pronunciations. Me being Southern, you know I’m going to pronounce this as “pee laugh” and with me being immature you know I’m going to giggle about it, too.

Venison Tortellini Lasagna is a mix of ground venison, spices, tortellini and red sauce. Oh, and let’s not forget the cheesy goodness.

I have found many recipes for potato soup and some, not many, include venison. I have seen it with huge chunks of venison, some with slices, and some with ground venison burger. I’ve seen some that looked delicious and a few that looked downright disgusting–I’m just being honest.

The Sportsman’s Breakfast is one of the healthiest meals on my entire blog. It’s packed full of protein and lots of other essential vitamins. It’s the perfect way to start the day.

 Hot and juicy tongue-tingling Creole flavored venison burgers with a spicy homemade Creole mayo. Yummy!

As you have seen by now, I keep things pretty simple and easy. I personally don’t have time to spend hours cooking and I know most people don’t either. Here are my top three venison hot dog chili recipes.

Chicken Fried Deer Steak with gravy is a very simple meal, but one of the best in my opinion. It’s been around for hundreds of years–maybe even more and I’m sure it will be around for hundreds of years more.

Korean Style Venison Cups are delicious venison strips marinaded and fried in a wok, then placed on Bibb lettuce and topped with onions, cashews, and sesame seeds. Yummy!

Wisconsin Kabobs are venison kabobs brined in a sea salt brine, marinaded in soy sauce and olive oil, sprinkled with seasoning, drizzled with honey mustard, and perfectly grilled with your favorite fruits and veggies.

Creamy Macaroni and Sausage is my favorite meal to make. I guess it’s because it’s so easy to make, doesn’t need a lot of ingredients, and it only takes 25 minutes.

If you’ve talked to me or if you are an avid reader of my blog, you know I use deer meat in everything. Yes, everything–from hamburger helper to meatloaf to soups. A few years ago I came up with this version of deer enchiladas.

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30 Minutes or Less Deer Recipes

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